Adrian announced Rescatux 0.41b, with new UEFI rescue options:
(*) Change UEFI Boot order
(*) Create UEFI Boot Entry
(*) Fake Microsoft Windows UEFI.
(*) Hide Microsoft Windows UEFI
(*) Reinstall Microsoft Windows UEFI boot entries
Adrian has a thread on the debian-efi list, asking for feedback on these features. Excerpt of announcement below, see the full announcement on the debian-efi list.
Rescatux 0.41b1 released with UEFI rescue options
* Rescatux introduction
Rescatux is a GNU/Linux rescue cd (and eventually also Windows) but it is not like other rescue disks. Rescatux comes with Rescapp. Rescapp is a nice wizard that will guide you through your rescue tasks.[…]
* Rescatux 0.41b1 released
Last week I released Rescatux 0.41b1 with a bunch of new UEFI rescue options. I just wanted to share with you some technical details about those options so that I can get some feedback from you.[…]
ALT Linux Rescue also has the option to boot either into their Linux or into their provided UEFI Shell. I wish more Linux distirbutions provided features like this.